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Vienna Attack Suspect Had Previous Terrorism Conviction


VIENNA—The suspected gunman in an attack that left four dead in Vienna was a 20-year-old Austrian who had been convicted on terrorism charges last year but was released from prison after serving part of his term, authorities said Tuesday.

The suspect, Kujtim Fejzulai, armed with an assault rifle, handguns and a machete, opened fire on passersby and people enjoying a last night out Monday before Austria’s coronavirus lockdown came into effect. Two men and two women died, and 14 people were rushed to the hospital, with six in…

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